London Drugs First Regina East
2072 Prince of Wales Drive Regina, SK, S4V 3A6
Did You Know:
1. Established in 1882, the City of Regina is the capital of the province of Saskatchewan. It is the province's second largest city, and is the cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. Major attractions include Wascana Centre at Wascana Lake, the Provincial Legislative Building, the University of Regina, First Nations University of Canada, the provincial museum of natural history, the Regina Conservatory, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, MacKenzie Art Gallery, and Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts.
2. Originally the capital of the North-West Territories, Regina became the capital of Saskatchewan in 1906. Prior to European settlement, Cree hunters stacked buffalo bones in the area of present-day Regina, and named it Oskana-Ka-asateki or ""the place where bones are piled."" Early explorers, fur traders and settlers called the area “pile of bones” or Wascana, an Anglicization of the Cree name. The city was later named Regina (or "Queen" in Latin) in honour of Queen Victoria by her daughter Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, and wife of the then Governor General of Canada.
3. The London Drugs in SmartCentres Regina East I on Prince of Wales Drive at Victoria Avenue E, has been part of the Regina community since 2003.
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